The twists and turns of Cemeteries in Sydney

At present the existence of land for burial is getting narrower, along with rapid development. There is no doubt that the affairs of death which are actually given comfort are polemic because the need for grave land is not balanced with availability.

In this case, heirs who want to bury their relatives, only need to complete the requirements that have become the provisions of the funeral director Sydney.

Ironically, this condition is actually used by certain people who make tombs as commercial commodities that are traded at a fairly high price. This also leads to the fact that most people, especially those who are marginalized, have difficulty getting grave land for deceased relatives.

Requirements for funeral, deceased ID with a statement of death.

To extend the use of the Public Cemetery, the heirs are given a period of time during the first three years. Furthermore, if the heirs do not re-register, the General Cemetery management will be forced to dismantle the tomb for a new funeral.

As for treatment, it is fully left to the heirs who can coordinate directly with the local tomb guards.

Associated with the phenomenon of fictional tombs that had made the public horrified after being found in a number of Public Cemetery in Sydney.

For this reason, the Government views the need for funeral regulations that regulate the rights and obligations of public cemetery management and other burial sites, including waqf land, so as not to endanger people who need tombs under government supervision. The Sydney Government to its managers.

Including sanctions for management if it proves weak or negligent of its obligations so that the rights of citizens become explicitly and strongly protected, both to brokers and fictitious tombs.

In addition to General Cemetery, there are 3 other types of burial land written in the initial Rules. Each of them, namely Non-Public Funeral Sites managed by social / religious foundations / institutions. Special Funeral Places are provided because of historical and cultural factors that have special meaning. And finally is a certified tomb that comes from certified land.

For those who were transferred, namely those who did not have heirs to the bodies concerned, that was the responsibility of the Regional Government, so that no bodies were not buried due to any factors. And all costs are borne by the Government.

Given the growing population, the Sydney Government emphasizes the importance of comprehensive planning regarding the availability of grave land.

Certainly adapted to population growth, equity and access to grave use, management, regularity, comfort and security of modern and advanced burial grounds.

For this reason, the Integrated Burial Land Information System needs to be built. We hope that there will be a more intelligent, advanced and creative view by utilizing information technology and garden management systems, for burial land which is further regulated in the Funeral Rules.